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Welcome to Dynamic Drive's new CSS library! Here you'll find original, practical CSS codes and examples such as CSS menus to give your site a visual boast.

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CSS3 checkbox and radio button replacements

CSS3 checkbox and radio button replacements
The following creates custom looking checkbox and radio button controls, by hiding the default INPUT element of a checkbox and radio button and styling their associated LABEL element instead.

CSS3 oval switch checkboxes

CSS3 oval switch checkboxes
The following uses CSS3 to create slick looking, oval shaped checkbox replacement switches. This is done by hiding each target checkbox and styling its companion LABEL element instead using a mixture of CSS3 gradients, transition, and shadows.

Pop up form labels

Pop up form labels
When it comes to filling out form fields, any contextual help is always appreciated. This CSS code takes the label element of a form field and transforms it into a pop up label that's sure to get noticed, not to mention provide guidance. It uses CSS child and adjacent selectors to automatically select the label element that immediately follows the corresponding form element, and with CSS3 transform and positioning, pop it up into view.

Responsive 2 column form

Responsive 2 column form
This is a clean, two column form that's also responsive, turning into a single column spanning the entire width of the page when the window's size is 480px or less. The two column design and large controls are meant to make the form more inviting to fill out, by breaking up the text input fields into two columns, thus appearing less overwhelming to complete

Corporate CSS Tableless form

Corporate CSS Tableless form
This is an elegant tableless CSS form template with a decidedly corporate look and feel. The most commonly used form elements with corresponding legends are added in to get you up and going quickly.

CSS Tableless Form

CSS Tableless Form
This is a tableless CSS form which you can use as a template for implementing your own lightweight form. It uses a combination of float and negative margins to create a two column layout for the form. The form is responsive in that it expands to take advantage of the full horizontal space of the page when the window is 480px or less, or that of most smart phones.

Stylish submit buttons

Stylish submit buttons
Most people would concur the default look of submit buttons is rather unattractive. Using CSS and a nice gradient background image, it's easy to transform a form button from a duck to a swan.

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